The Strand

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Strand Magazine #ad - Whether it is a story set in Victorian London - or a contemporary hardboiled story - The Strand has something for everyone. See why the boston globe said, "discerning readers will enjoy knowing of this new Strand. ". The strand has a wide array of articles from our series on "The Great Detectives" to profiles of mystery authors past and present.

In addition, each issue of the Strand has at least twenty book and audiobook reviews which look at the newest releases from large as well as smaller publishers. Each issue of the strand magazine features short stories by award-winning writers such as Alexander McCall Smith, Peter Lovesey, Ray Bradbury, Edward Hoch, Ruth Rendell, plus interviews with actors and best-selling writers such as Peter Ustinov, Bill Pronzini and John Mortimer, Dick Francis, John Gielgud, Tony Hillerman, P.

The Strand #ad - D. James, anne Perry, and Stacy Keach. The strand is the magazine for mystery fans, a full sized, full color glossy magazine that is published four times a year. The strand also publishes articles about true crimes, recent articles have included a study of the Jack the Ripper murders and an investigation into the Da Vinci code phenomenon.

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Mystery Scene

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Kbs Communications #ad - Mystery scene offers lively, expert coverage of the entire mystery world, with emphasis on the creative life. Articles include essays by well-known authors, children's and YA mysteries, criticism, and an extensive array of book, interviews, film, opinion columns, media news, audio, and TV reviews.

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Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine

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Penny Press #ad - Top-notch stories written by the world's leading crime and mystery writers. Issues include short stories, book reviews, mystery crosswords, and more.

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Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine

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Penny Press #ad - The ideal mix of spine-tingling mystery and suspense. Each issue offers at least seven new mystery short stories plus one "Mystery Classic" - an outstanding tale from the genre's past.

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Bookmarks

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Phillips & Nelson Media Inc #ad - Our "book by book" author profiles focus on the major works of extraordinary writers, from Charles Dickens and Mark Twain to Franz Kafka and Virginia Woolf. Each issue also features a profile of a different book club discussing the books its members loved. And the ones that caused the most awkward silences.

Since the best books often become known by word of mouth, Bookmarks publishes unique lists of our subscribers' favorites--they uncover terrific, little-known gems. Bookmarks also covers genres from the best american biographies to great mystery series, games, ancient Greece, travel, magic, and we consult a new team of experts for each issue to recommend the best books on a specific nonfiction subject: consciousness, true crime--you name it.

Bookmarks #ad - Would you read over 500 book reviews a month? The staff at Bookmarks do, and we distill the results into each issue of the magazine. Our readers enjoy summaries of hundreds of opinions from every major newspaper and magazine for a comprehensive look at the latest fiction, nonfiction, and children's books.

We look at classic books as well. Bookmarks is a colorful, smart, decidedly unstuffy guide to the best in new and classic books.

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Fantasy & Science Fiction print edition

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Spilogale Inc #ad - One of the longest-running and most highly regarded magazines in the field, Daniel Keyes' "Flowers for Algernon, F&SF is the original publisher of Stephen King's Gunslinger stories, " and many other classics.

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Analog Science Fiction & Fact

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Penny Press #ad - Explore the boundaries of the imagination beginning at the frontiers of actual scientific research. Provides an unbeatable combination of stimulating fiction stories, provocative editorials, and fascinating science-fact articles.

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Asimovs Science Fiction

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Penny Press #ad - The most celebrated authors in the field of science fiction share their visions with stories that launch you into the fantastic worlds of tomorrow. Join the vanguard of science fiction with a subscription to Asimov's Science Fiction.

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The Tree of Forgiveness

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OH BOY RECORDS #ad - The musical arrangements may be simpler than on past efforts, yet his unique ability to distill complex emotions into everyday language remains fully intact. The highly-anticipated album, the tree of Forgiveness, is Prine's first collection of new material since 2005's Grammy-winning Fair and Square. Rather than going out on a limb, Prine cultivated the themes that have brought international acclaim since the 1970s.

. The songs are new, although some had waited to be finished for decades, like a co-write with Phil Spectro called "God Only Knows. Another incomplete song, "i have met my Love Today, " now celebrates the unexpected spark that leads to lifelong romance -- with a dash of youthful innocence. For example, he can take a topic like loneliness and make it funny or heartbreaking.

The Tree of Forgiveness #ad - Prine teamed with grammy-winning producer dave Cobb to record in Nashville's historic Studio A, enlisting friends like Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, and Amanda Shires to sing along.

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Discover

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Kalmbach Publ Co #ad - Sure to satisfy the curiosity of your most inquisitive customers, Discover is a must-have magazine for your waiting room. Discover magazine provides a comprehensive look into the latest news in the world of science and the effect it has on our everyday lives.

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Archaeology

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Archaeological Institute of America #ad - Archaeology magazine brings the ancient world to life. Archaeology offers readers incisive reporting, vivid storytelling, compelling photography -- and the latest news from around the globe -- all devoted to exploring the world’s ancient past. Whether reporting from a dive on an arctic shipwreck, or digging just beneath Beirut, and the magic, Archaeology’s editors and writers bring readers the science, trekking through Afghanistan, of archaeological discovery.

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